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  1. Android Wear watches can have music stored on them using Google Play Music. Then you could play that music via Bluetooth, using a speaker, Bluetooth headphones, etc.
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  3. Thanks for all the awesome giveaways, this is my entry!
  4. Nice, thanks for the giveaway! This is my entry!
  5. Hope I win! Thanks for the giveaway and keep up the good work!
  6. Sounds like you found your answer. Windows boot manager must be first to boot so it can boot properly. If it works that way, then it should be configured as such.
  7. First, I suggest doing a wired test on the router itself to see if you are actually able to get your advertised speed. If you are able to get your advertised speeds, then I suggest moving onto to upgrading your wireless adapter or possibly even upgrading to power line adapters. They are fairly simple to use and give you better speeds and less latency than wireless, but not as good as Ethernet of course. Hope this helps.
  8. My guess is the power supply. I used to have a crappy power supply that would restart my computer would restart as if it was starting up from a cold boot. Hope this helps.
  9. Have you tried re-syncing the Powerline adapters? There is usually a button on the adapters that you press in order to re-sync them. Hope this helps.
  10. Nexus 5 here. Been using ART combined with Mahdi rom and Code Blue kernel. No noticeable issues.
  11. I suggest handling one in person. At first I wasn't dead set on purchasing one, but after handling it and trying it on, I was convinced to buy one.
  12. Keep up the good work Linus! I'd love to see some reviews on Android Wear devices!
  13. I believe this information is stored in the EFS Partition. Did you back that up? I know that in TWRP, there is an option to backup the EFS Partition, but I believe you have to manually check the box. If it is EFS partition that is missing, I think it is unique to your device so you can't just restore any EFS Partition. Of course, I'm not 100% sure on this. As stated, check XDA for any further help. Hope this helps.
  14. Yes, I have U-verse and the Motorola NVG510. I believe what you are looking for is called bridge mode, where your router is connected "behind" the U-verse modem and essentially does all the heavy lifting. I followed this guide: (http://www.ron-berman.com/2011/11/24/motorola-nvg510-help-page-for-att-u-verse-users/) Scroll down to question 6 for the bridging guide. And finally, if you need help, let me know as I am currently running a Linksys E3000 behind my U-verse modem.